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WebBase Picks up Where Google Left Off

By Blane Warrene



😳 Ever felt a little embarassed sharing your JavaScript? Let's fix it.

The WebBase Project at Standford.

Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin spawned their world-class technology at Stanford and a new group has taken over and plan to focus on the development and testing of new algorithms for clustering, searching, mining, and classification of Web content.

The repository they are building is available to retrieve web pages from using online documentation. Additionally, one can run a local server that crawls web content and feeds it to the WebBase repository, a cool way to contribute if you have the bandwidth and server time available.

New books out now!

💁‍♀️ Fun Fact: Python was ranked #2 on a recent highest paid coders list. *

🤓 Ok. When did a code editor from Microsoft become kinda cool!?